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Next 6 months are going to be crucial

Tomorrow we will head home for Denmark after 4 wunderfull weeks at our summer home in Piemont, Italy. It's been a perfect summer with lots of sun and warm weather. Today the temperature reached 33 C in the shadow.

Family and friends have been the center of my attention for the past weeks, but there has also been time for some deep thoughts over my personal situation. It has now 6 months since I stopped as managing director for Strålfors Information Logistics in Denmark and the search for a new job has to be intensified. The job market is still very tough - also on CxO level - so I'm not too optimistic.

On the positive side, the turnover in my e-store - nikonphotoexpert.com - reached a new monthly record in July. The margins are slim but it's developing in the right direction. My ambition for 2nd half 2012 is to double the monthly average revenue from the first half 2012.

Last - but not least - I have an idea for a new e-commerce company, that I'm investigating.

More to come....

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Sometimes you get lucky. I shot this natural portrait of Mia Blichfeldt - a very gifted and up-coming badminton player at a private party - just a month before she became the youngest Danish Champion in Badminton in the senior league - and she is only 16!

Of course you can find many photos of Mia "in action", but only very few where she is being just herself - outside the badminton arena.

Portrait of executive for LinkedIN and CV

Finn has some strong facial features that fits well to a high contrast b&w photo. I asked Finn to pose facing both with the left and right side tilting his face slightly to give him som options depending on where the photo need to be uploaded.

The we tried a more direct pose showing his strong hands and with less contrast.

If you live near Copenhagen give me a ping if you want a new set of portrait photos for your CV or LinkedIN.